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  Martin de Goiti - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Goiti was one of three conquistadors who accompanied Miguel López de Legazpi and Juan de Salcedo's conquest of the Philippines in 1565.
Goiti fought in the war against the invasion of 3,000 Chinese pirates and warriors led by the corsair Lim ah hong, who besieged on Fuerza de Santiago and the city of Manila in the early periods of 1574.
Martin de Goiti's second on command, Juan de Salcedo left Ilocos Sur, after hearing the news and traveled to Manila were he discovered the city had fallen to the hands of the Chinese army.
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 Informat.io on Miguel L Pez De Legaspi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
He was later commissioned by the viceroy, Luis de Velasco, in early 1564, to lead an expedition in the Pacific Ocean, to find the Spice Islands where the previous explorers Ferdinand Magellan and Ruy López de Villalobos had landed in 1521 and 1543, respectively.
López de Legazpi's troops arrived in the Philippine archipelago and landed in the shores of Cebu on February 13, 1565.
In late 1569, a force of 300 Spanish soldiers, cavalrymen, and several local natives, led by Martín de Goiti, left Cebu and began exploring the Northern regions of the Visayas.
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With them has come the Augustinian friar Diego de Herrera, who is on his way to Spain to inform the king of the acts of violence and injustice which are being committed in the islands--especially by the soldiers, who receive no pay and therefore maintain themselves by raids on the native villages.
The governor, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, acted with the power delegated to him by your Majesty, doing in everything all that was possible, as was evident by the messages and requests to which I refer, which were made in your Majesty's name.
At this time Captain Juan de Salzedo, the sergeant-major, the high constable, and the ensign-major, came up; and the master-of-camp, the captain, and the officials were assembled there, with but one soldier, for the master-of-camp would not allow the others to advance.
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 Martin de Goiti | Scienca   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Goiti war einer der Konquistadoren, die Miguel López de Legazpi ab 1565 bei der Eroberung der Philippinen begleitete.
Goiti verschanzte sich über 10 Monate in der Festung Fuerza de Santiago, deren Grundmauern man heute noch in Intramuros sehen kann.
Goiti wurde bei der Verteidigung der Stadt von Lim ah hong getötet.
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During the time when Manila was ruled by Rajah Soliman[?], a Spanish expedition led by Martin de Goiti[?] arrived in Manila and conquered the settlement.
One year later, Miguel López de Legaspi went to the town and proclaimed the Philippine Islands for Spain and establishing the city of Manila as its capital.
The enclave of Intramuros[?], at the southern banks of Pasig River was built to protect the Spanish colonizers.
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 Legazpi Expedition (12 Events That Have Influenced Philippine HIstory): by Nita Umali Berthelsen: StuartXchange. ...
But that was nullified when Goiti fired a short, ostensibly to recall a boat he had sent off on an errand in the bay.
Goiti was dead and only Salcedo's intervention with Rajah Lakandula, dissuaded the latter from doing battle.
In 1574 Goiti was slain in battle with Sioco, Limahong's Japanese lieutenant.
www.stuartxchange.com /LegazpiExpedition.html   (1956 words)

 Welcome to My Home Page
In 1569, two years after Master de Camp Mateo de Saz and Captain Martin de Goiti were commissioned to stay in the island of Masbad (now named Masbate), one of the members of the fleet, Luis Enrique de Guzman, was deployed to divert its exploration further over the island of Tigao (now Ticao) and Burias.
Anderes de Ibarra, the head of the next Spanish exploration, initiated to baptize their captives who were natives of Panay island whom they brought along on their voyage.
An official proclamation signed by the Governor General Narciso de Claveria clearly emphasized the delineation of the boundaries of the territories of Albay and Camarines.
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 Mindanao Times News 2004 - Davao City 8000, Philippines
But an account of Martin de Goiti, Spanish conqueror Miguel Lopez de Legazpi’s camp master, in 1565 reported the existence of a Japanese settlement in the district of Dilao “about a stone’s throw from the southern walls of Intramuros,” close the Philippine Normal University.
In a letter sent to King Philip IV from Manila by Gov. Juan Niño de Tavora on July 8, 1632, the chief Spaniard in the island briefly reported the arrival in Manila of 130 Japanese lepers deported from Japan.
Antonio de Morga, in his Sucesos de las Islas Pilipinas, made distinct observations about this people, calling them “resolute in any necessity or danger,” but were high in spirits, courageous, and of good disposition.
www.mindanaotimes.com.ph /column.php?id=1796   (819 words)

 Manila - A History
De Goiti anchored at Cavite, and tried to establish his authority peaceably by sending a message of friendship to Maynilad.
The fleeing Spaniards destroyed many of the records, and in the sack of the town by the British, many historical documents of great value were destroyed or stolen from the archives.
In about 1853, four pueblos or towns of Tondo province were joined with the northeastern towns of Laguna province to form the politico-military "Distrito de los Montes de San Mateo," or District of the San Mateo Mountains.
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 School of History, Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations | Victoria University of Welliington
One of its survivors is Andres de Urdaneta, its chronicler.
Manila is ruled by Rajah Suliman, whose friendship is won by de Goiti.
De Goiti's army defeats Suliman's troops and occupies the town.
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 Martin de Goiti   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
'''Martin de Goiti''' was one of the conquistadors that accompanied Legazpi's conquest of the Philippines in 1565.
He was the leader of the expedition to Manila, ordered by Miguel López de Legaspi, in 1569.
There he fought a number of battles with the Muslim rulers Rajah Suliman and the indigenous native population of Manila and destroyed it's kingdom 1571.
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 Bayan ng Apalit - Lalawigan ng Pampanga -- “Manaplit ka apalit” By Mayor Tirso G. Lacanilao   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
With an army, Martin de Goiti was dispatched by Legaspi to effect the submission of the region.
The Augustinian missionaries that were assigned in Apalit were: Fray Pedro de Vedoya, Fray Pedro de la Pena (1626), Fray Geronimo de Paredes (1632), Fray Cristobal de Miranda (1641), Fray Enrique de Castro (1654), and Fray Andres de Salazar (1656).
Soon after the Spanish conquistador Miguel Lopez de Legaspi occupied Manila in 1571, Martin de Goiti was dispatched by Legaspi to effect the submission of Pampanga.
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 The Philippines Island   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Miguel López de Legaspi was a Spanish conquistador whose travels in the Philippine Islands started the 300 years of control of the islands by Spain.
Legaspi was born in Zumarraga, Guipúzcoa in Spain in 1524 He went to New Spain in 1545 and worked for some years as a chief notary to the common council and the civil governor of the city of Mexico.
He was later commissioned by the viceroy Luis de Velasco to lead an expedition to claim the Philippine Islands in 1564.
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 Travel int Manila - Philippines - Asia - History - WorldTravelGate.net®-   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Long before the arrival of the Spaniards headed by Adelantado Governor Miguel Lopez de Legazpi in Manila in 1571, a town called "Maynilad" (from the word "nild") was flourish.
When the Spaniards heard of this Moslem settlement on the shore of a great bay in Luzon, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi (who at that time was in Panay Island) sent forth his men headed by marshall Martin de Goiti and Captain Juan de Salcedo to the first expedition to Maynilad on May 8, 1570.
So the following year, in 1571, Governor General Miguel Lopez de Legazpi brought his entire force to Maynilad and for the second time conquered Maynilad on June 24, 1571 - proclaiming it as the country's capital and permanent seat of the Spanish government in the East.
www.asiatravelling.net /philippines/manila/manila_history.htm   (726 words)

 History of Manila / Makati @ Philippine-Divers
When the Spaniards heard of this Muslim settlement on the shore of a great bay in Luzon, Miguel Lopez de Legazpi (who at that time was in Panay Island) sent forth his men headed by marshal Martin de Goiti and Captain Juan de Salcedo on the first expedition to Maynilad on May 8, 1570.
Martin de Goiti did not stay long in Maynilad and the following year, in 1571, Governor General Miguel Lopez de Legazpi brought his entire force to Maynilad and for the second time conquered Maynilad on June 24, 1571 - proclaiming it as the country's capital and permanent seat of the Spanish government in the East.
However, it faces challenges due to the disparate gap between the new city in the west, which contains the Central Business District, and the old city in the east, which is largely poor and where most of the city's slums are located.
www.dive-wizard.de /main/Manila/index.htm   (813 words)

The Philippines was introduced to the West when the Portuguese Explorer Fernao de Magallanes (his Anglicised name is Magellan), leading an expedition in the service of the King of Spain, landed on an islet south of Samar on March 17, 1521.
The August 31 revolt in San Francisco de Malabon was the first action of the Revolution in Cavite, ahead by a few hours from the Aguinaldo's coup in Kawit, which started at 3:00 p.m.
From San Francisco de Malabon, his forces marched towards Imus, targeting the casa and hacienda of the religious order in Imus which he planned to take over and convert into a fortress because of its high massive walls which surrounded the estate-house.
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 Museum Volunteers Philippines
In 1570, after becoming dissatisfied with bases in the Visayas, he sent an expedition headed by Martin de Goiti and Captain Juan de Salcedo to Maynila.
They failed to conquer the city in 1570; and in 1571 de Goiti, under the command of Legaspi, led another expedition.
Intramuros—the city "within walls" was the seat of Spanish sovereignty in the Orient for 327 years.
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 The Bangsamoro Online
The town of Manila was ruled by Rajah Sulaiman Mahmud and Rajah Matanda (jointly or assisted by the latter) and Tondo by Rajah Lakandula.
Commanding the Spanish troops was Captain Martin de Goiti while Rajah Sulaiman was leading the native defenders.
For the purpose, the colonial government and Capt. Esteban Rodriguez de Figueroa signed an agreement whereby the latter, in exchange for enormous material benefits and a position to be inherited by a son or heir, would pacify the island of Mindanao and establish a colony in the Pulangi at his own expense.
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 The Provincial Profile of Tarlac
Martin de Goiti penetrated the forests in 1571 but the region remained lightly settled and seldom visited until the 19
The histories of these early settlements are closely related to the histories of the provinces from which they were taken.
For example, in 1762, the town of Paniqui responded to the calls of Juan de la Cruz Palaris of Pangasinan to shed Spanish dominion.
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 Conquistador   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The first settlement on the mainland was Darién in Panama, settled by Vasco Núñez de Balboa in 1512.
The first of the Conquistadors to sail the vast Pacific Ocean was Miguel López de Legaspi in 1564 and arrived in the Philippine archipelago on 1565.
In 1552, Bartolomé de las Casas published A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies (''Brevísima relación de la destrucción de las Indias'').
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 Araw ng Kastila ... - Jun. 25, 2004
Most historic was the area now occupied by Rizal Park, a new settlement for natives known as Bagumbayan.
Martin de Goiti took possession of Manila and Luzon in the name of the Spanish king on June 6, 1570, but it was only the following year, on May 16, 1571, that Miguel Lopez de Legazpi landed in Manila from Panay with 600 Visayan warriors.
He, in order to guard himself from the injury which the said Moros were doing him in starting the war, and to prevent their artillery from harming his men, attacked the said fort of the Moros, and captured it by force of arms and is now in possession of it.
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 The Kapampangan Nation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The municipality of San Miguel de Mayumo of Pampanga was yielded to the province of Bulacan in the same provincial boundary configuration in 1848.
They settled along the river banks of the Rio Grande de la Pampanga in the Island of Luzon covering a large territory, which extended to the Gulf of Lingayen in the North, to the Zambales mountains in the West, to the Sierra Madre range in the East and to Manila Bay in the South.
The alcalde mayor of Pampanga, Don Juan Gomez de Payva and Governor Sabiniano Manrique de Lara sent delegations led by friendly Spanish friars such as Fray Andres Salazar, Fray Juan de Abarca, Fray Joseph de la Anunciacion, Fray Juan de San Diego and Fray Carlos de Jesus to pacify the Kapampangan rebels.
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 Ciudad Murada: Intramuros de Manila - SkyscraperCity
In 1570, Spanish conquistadors led by Martín de Goiti, Juan de Salcedo and Miguel López de Legazpi arrived in Manila.
Goiti and Legazpi's men waged war on the Muslims and indigenous tagalog peoples before they were able to take control and establish a permanent settlment in the area.
Intramuros was completed in 1606 and it served as the center of political, military and religious power of the Spaniards during the time that the Philippines was a colony of Spain.
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 Plaza Lacson formerly known as Plaza Goiti » PinoyBlog: The Philippines According to Blogs
Martin de Goiti, a Spanish conquistador and explorer, tricked the Muslim kings into believing that the Spaniards who came and camped in the shores of Manila Bay on May 8, 1570 were only visiting for a short period.
Goiti took the rulers as prisoners; summarily torturing and executing those who refused to accept Spanish rule.
Goiti and Juan de Salcedo, his second in command, then marched their armies towards the Pasig River and captured the city of Manila on June 6, 1570 and burnt it to the ground, killing more natives in the area.
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